Docker with Kubernetes

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Comprehensive hands-on with Dockers & Kubernetes Components

Covers Docker & Kubernetes Architecture & Components and installation

Get introduced to deploy stateful and stateless apps on the cluster

Learn how to expose the app outside the cluster and to autoscale apps

Expertise learning with use cases of Containers and Docker

 

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Overview

Docker is a software platform that lets you create, test, and deploy applications quickly. Docker software into standardized units called containers that contain everything the software needs to work, including libraries, system tools, code, and runtime. By using Docker, you can quickly deploy and scale applications in any environment and know that your code will be executed.
Kubernetes is an open source orchestration system developed to manage containerized applications on multiple hosts in a clustered environment.

Docker Kubernetes Training develops the skills required in building, testing, and deploying Docker applications with Kubernetes. First, the course provides basic fundamental knowledge of docker. Next, deep dives into inner workings of containers, docker CLI commands, docker monitoring, Kubernetes commands, and much more. This online training also provides practical experience through real-time projects to expand your skill set.

What you will learn

  • VMs and Containers
  • Monolithic and Microservices applications 
  • Docker installation
  • Docker Registry
  • Docker Volumes and Networks
  • Docker Orchestration 
  • Kubernetes
  • Docker Swarm and Kubernetes
  • Create with Kubernetes

Benefits

Docker and Kubernetes are the newest trends in DevOps and are being embraced by all organizations that want to go agile and ensure hyper-productivity. Mastering these technologies will help you kick start your career in the DevOps space. 

It’s important to understand that Docker and Kubernetes are not an either-or choice. It’s ideal to think of them as two significant components of a bigger system. Learning them together has numerous benefits.

Individual Benefits

Professionals who are already working on one will gain a significant edge knowing both Docker and Kubernetes.

  • You can build a career as a DevOps Engineer, freelance Docker specialist and more.
  • Gives a significant boost to your market value as a professional in DevOps.
  • Will provide you up-to-date tools and strategies that will serve to guide and direct you in the execution of projects. 
  • You have an earning potential of 117K or greater according to PayScale.com.

Organizational benefits

Both Docker and Kubernetes benefit organizations in the following ways: 

  • Great savings in terms of cost and architecture without the use of additional resources.
  • Versatile tools to develop in a cloud environment.
  • Deliver results faster and in a consistent and predictable manner.
  • Docker allows packing the software with all the dependencies and Kubernetes helps to deploy and orchestrate containers.

Docker has continued to be at the forefront of Container technology and it has helped Kubernetes establish itself as a go-to container orchestration engine. The growth of Kubernetes has been fuelled with Docker helping make containers easier to use. According to the survey conducted by Datadog, at the beginning of April 2018, 23.4 percent of its customers had adopted Docker. 

 

 

Course Content

Containers introduction 22:00 Play
Kubernetes setup 22:00 Play
Local setup with minikube 22:00 Play
Installing kubenetes using the docker client 22:00 Play
Minikube vs docker client vs kops vs kubeadm 22:00 Play
Introduction to kops 22:00 Play
Building docker images 22:00 Play
Docker image registry 22:00 Play
Running 1st app on kubernetes 22:00 Play
Service with load balancer 22:00 Play
Service with AWS ELB load balancer 22:00 Play
Node architecture 23:00 Play
Deployments 23:00 Play
Services 23:00 Play
Labels 23:00 Play
Healthchecks 23:00 Play
Readiness probe 23:00 Play
Pod state 23:00 Play
Pod lifecycle 23:00 Play
Secrets 23:00 Play
WebUI 23:00 Play
Configmap 22:00 Play
Ingress controller 22:00 Play
External DNS 22:00 Play
Volumes 22:00 Play
Volumes auto-provisioning 22:00 Play
Pod presets 22:00 Play
Statefulsets 22:00 Play
Daemon sets 22:00 Play
Resource usage monitoring 22:00 Play
Auto scaling 22:00 Play
Affinity / auto-affinity 22:00 Play
Interpod affinity and anti-affinity 22:00 Play
Taints and tolerations 22:00 Play
Custom Resource Definitions (CRDs) 22:00 Play
Operators 22:00 Play
The kubernetes master services 12:00 Play
Resource quotas 12:00 Play
Namespaces 12:00 Play
User management 12:00 Play
RBAC 12:00 Play
Networking 12:00 Play
Node maintenance 12:00 Play
High availability 12:00 Play
TLS on ELB using annotations 12:00 Play
Introduction to Helm 22:00 Play
Creating your own helm charts 22:00 Play
Introduction to skaffold Play
Introduction to serverless 22:00 Play
Introduction to kuberless Microservices 22:00 Play
Introduction to istio 22:00 Play
Mutual TLS 22:00 Play
RBAC with istio 22:00 Play
End-user authentication with istio (JWT) 22:00 Play
Introduction to kubeadm 22:00 Play
Managing TLS certs with cert-manager 23:00 Play
Kubernetes dashboard 23:00 Play
Kubernetes with Prometheus 23:00 Play

Course Details

Wissenhive brings you a complete guide to using Docker, a popular open source platform that allows you to deploy applications in the same way regardless of the environment by using container management.  Docker provides a lot of flexibility to both administrators and developers, which makes it a preferred platform for technology giants such as Google and Microsoft.  

You will also learn about Kubernetes, the technology created by Google to automate the deployment, scaling and management of containerized applications (like the ones Docker creates). Learn how to use Docker for shipping and running applications and about how to work with Kubernetes to automate deployment, scaling and management of containerized applications. By the end of the course you will learn how to build, test and deploy Docker applications with Kubernetes and be industry ready.  

While it’s easy to orchestrate a handful of containers and applications at once, the challenge grows exponentially when the numbers reach hundreds or thousands. This is where Kubernetes and container orchestration plays a significant role, helping in management, automation, and scaling of applications that are containerized. Although from a general perspective Docker and Kubernetes appear similar, they operate at different layers and work very well together. They can be thought of as analogous to an airport. If containers are aircrafts, Kubernetes is the air traffic control. 

Who should Attend?

  • Software Developers
  • IT Professionals & Architects
  • Operational Engineers

Prerequisites

There are no prerequisites for attending this course, but it would be beneficial for you to have the following knowledge: 

  • Virtualization
  • Linux & Networking Fundamentals
  • Experience with installing and configuring applications

Course Info.

Lenght
50+ Hours
Effort
3-4 Hours/week
Institution
Open Source
Language
English
Video Script
English

Training Options

Selfpaced Training

136
  • Lifetime access to high-quality self-paced eLearning content curated by industry experts
  • 3 simulation test papers for self-assessment
  • Lab access to practice live during sessions
  • 24x7 learner assistance and support

Live Virtual Classes

219
  • Online Classroom Flexi-Pass
  • Lifetime access 
  • Real-life Case Studies
  • 24 x 7 Expert Support

One on One Training

328
  • Customized learning delivery model (self-paced and/or instructor-led)
  • Flexible pricing options
  • Enterprise grade learning management system (LMS)
  • Enterprise dashboards for individuals and teams
  • 24x7 learner assistance and support

Exam & Certification

No Exam Required.

you will be required to complete a project which will be assess by our certified instructors. on successful completion of the project you will be awarded a training certificate.

Docker with Kubernetes

FAQs

This training is designed to help you become an expert in the Docker and Kubernetes technology. You will start from scratch and learn about the basic fundamentals. You will learn about Dockers and containers, installing and working with Docker Components, about Kubernetes, installing and working with Kubernetes components and more with case Studies and hands-on practicals.In the present market, an engineer proficient with Docker and Kubernetes can earn an average salary of upto $135,319. This is the right time to invest in learning Docker and Kubernetes since organizations are rapidly moving towards containerization technology and there is a huge demand for Docker and Kubernetes engineers.

You will learn:

  • Install and configure Docker and Kubernetes
  • Work with Pulling and Pushing images, learn how to build your own images and perform Autobuild using Docker Hub 
  • Learn how to create Docker Volumes and how to create Docker Networks 
  • Deploy applications and work with Services , labels and Replica sets

Basics of Virtualization, Linux , Network and use of using Remote access tools is essential for this training. 

On successful completion of the course you will receive a course completion certificate issued by Wissenhive.